Mormon Cowboy Inducted into Rodeo Hall of Fame

"If you want to be a champion bull rider, you have to ride the toughest bull," was Earl Wesley Bascom's philosophy in life. Though it has been 18 years since his death, his legacy still lives on.

In September, Brother Bascom was inducted into the Rodeo Hall of Fame at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum located in Oklahoma City, Okla.

His youngest son, John A. Bascom of the Ranchero Ward, Apple Valley California Stake, attended the ceremony on his behalf.

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